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KATI TUOMINEN-NIITTYLÄ Unique 'Against the Light’ vessel 2013 Stoneware. 30.2 cm (11 7/8 in.) high, 38 cm (14 7/8 in.) diameter Produced by Arabia, Helsinki, Finland.

Kati Tuominen-Niittylä - 'Against the Light' vessel - 2013 - stoneware - cm high - produced by Arabia, Helsinki, Finland

not a dreamcatcher but fun!

not a dreamcatcher but fun!

Slow Wanderings — Slow Design Studio

Slow Wanderings — Slow Design Studio

Octavian. Silver Denarius (3.87 g), 31-30 BC.. EF Uncertain Italian mint (Rome?). Bare head of Octavian left. CAESAR DIVI F, Victory standing left on globe, holding wreath and palm. RIC 254b; HCRI 407; BMC 603; RSC 64. Very scarce and seldom seen like this. Boldly struck on an exceptionally broad flan with a fine sensitive portrait of the future Augustus. Lovely old cabinet tone with hints of iridescense. Octavian's coinage of 31-30 BC is filled with the imagery of his recent victory over…

Octavian. Silver Denarius (3.87 g), 31-30 BC.. EF Uncertain Italian mint (Rome?). Bare head of Octavian left. CAESAR DIVI F, Victory standing left on globe, holding wreath and palm. RIC 254b; HCRI 407; BMC 603; RSC 64. Very scarce and seldom seen like this. Boldly struck on an exceptionally broad flan with a fine sensitive portrait of the future Augustus. Lovely old cabinet tone with hints of iridescense. Octavian's coinage of 31-30 BC is filled with the imagery of his recent victory over…

Vespasian. Silver Denarius (3.50 g), AD 69-79.. EF Ephesus, AD 71. IMP CAESAR VESPAS AVG COS III TR P P P, laureate head of Vespasian right. AVG / E(PHE) in two lines within wreath. RIC 1427; RPC 829; BMC 452; RSC 40. Very scarce. Boldly struck in high relief and perfectly centered. A needle sharp example with luster present. Estimated Value $2,500 - 3,000. #Coins #Ancient #Silver #MADonC

Vespasian. Silver Denarius (3.50 g), AD 69-79.. EF Ephesus, AD 71. IMP CAESAR VESPAS AVG COS III TR P P P, laureate head of Vespasian right. AVG / E(PHE) in two lines within wreath. RIC 1427; RPC 829; BMC 452; RSC 40. Very scarce. Boldly struck in high relief and perfectly centered. A needle sharp example with luster present. Estimated Value $2,500 - 3,000. #Coins #Ancient #Silver #MADonC

B2461. A LATE ROMAN FIBULA, ca. 3rd-4th century. The spring type bronze fibula with catch plate tail looped back and wrapped around. 2.8". Fine example.

A LATE ROMAN FIBULA, ca. The spring type bronze fibula with catch plate tail looped back and wrapped around.